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Old 01-04-2007, 10:55 PM
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oil leak, Help!!

Ive noticed a fairly big patch of oil where ever I park. about 6 inchs across.

I still have about a year left on the motor warrenty and 25,000 km left.

by doing the intake and exhaust will that void the warrenty?

and has anyone else had an oil leak this bad? im not to sure where it is coming from... as I have not had the chance to get under it myself.

Im more concerned about the warrenty tho. I dont have any chips so should I be fine?
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Old 01-05-2007, 03:35 AM
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everything leaked on 03 models ,without looking impossible to know
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Old 01-05-2007, 05:19 AM
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I agree

Scott's right, without looking, you won't know... but since you're still under warranty, you should get it in the shop ASAP. I just recently had the rear main seal replaced due to an oil leak and mine only has 36k miles on it...
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Old 01-05-2007, 05:22 AM
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rear main seal, cam sensor o-rings ,bed plate ,crank sensor o-rings ,,front crank seal , u name it it can leak on a 03 , with that much oil ,just check the ,drain plug ,the thin i tnk could leak the most on that model though is the icp sensor on back of the engine good possibility
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i also hav a leak that develope on my 05 6.0 i cant find it ? it just started and i took the turbo and egr cooler out to replace at this time but still hav no idea where my leak is coming from any one hav some ideas ? thanks
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Have a reputable shop who is familiar with the 6.0L engine take a look at it. They should know the most likely places for it to leak. There are WAY too many variables to try to guess.
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